Geomicrobiology in the News
Biogenic selenium nanoparticles used to capture mercury vapour, part of the science highlights at the Diamond Light Source
Green industrial catalysts as part of the science highlights at the Diamond Light Source
Using nuclear imaging to study the biogeochemistry of radioactive waste (American Chemical Society, Environmental Science and Technology Comment)
Geomicrobiology; ten years ahead of our time (Guardian)?!
The application of biotechnology to engineer nanomagnets for cancer treatment (American Light Source (ALS) News Berkeley)
ScienceWatch.Com; Manchester arsenic papers selected amongst the most highly cited publications on global arsenic pollution (the largest research front in “Geosciences”)
Mechanism of uranium bioremediation (RSC Chemistry World)